Case studies and other abstraction tools are offered to enhance understanding and consistent application of program variables and definitions to the data collection process. Training and education for changes in Workstation functionality, Program variables and definitions, special projects and any other Program content changes and updates are provided on an annual and ad hoc basis with multiple offerings to accommodate SCQR availability (e.g. webinars, online learning modules, meeting breakout sessions, SCQR-only training days, conference calls, etc.).
Data Definition Questions & Editing of Locked Cases
Do you have a question about how to answer a variable? Please submit your Data Definition questions using this form
Do you need to change data after the case was locked? Please click the link to submit your request to Edit Locked Case(s)
Abstraction Tools & Resources
- 2019 MSQC Variables List
- Hysterectomy Webinar Slides 1-28-19
- Hysterectomy Webinar Audio Recording 1-28-19
- SCQR Volume & FTE Calculator Tool
- 30-day follow-up Workflow Tool
- Insurance Category Spreadsheet 2019
- PNA Timeframe Worksheet
Pain & Opioid Use Resources
- Pain & Opioid Use Data Collection Resource
- MSQC PROs brochure version 1
- MSQC PROs brochure version 2 (3 columns)
- Michigan-OPEN customized brochure
SCQR Case Studies
Case studies are sent out periodically to SCQRs as part of continued training and education. It is highly recommended that all SCQRs participate in reviewing and completing the case studies. Case study discussions are used to identify content for future MSQC educational offerings.
The MSQC Forum is an email-based discussion group intended for SCQRs to discuss and exchange ideas, experiences, opinions and questions related to MSQC’s mission, including, but not limited to, quality improvement initiatives, best practice, and general operational issues.
All SCQRs will be added to the MSQC Forum automatically. Forum membership is limited to SCQRs and MSQC’s Coordinating Center staff only.
The MSQC Forum works just like regular email. Use your regular email service provider to send, receive, read and reply to MSQC Forum messages.
To send a message to the MSQC Forum, simply use the email address firstname.lastname@example.org in your email’s “To:” field. When you send a message to this email address, it will be automatically sent to all members.
For more information, posting policies and restrictions, please click here.